On March 12, 2013 the Freedom of the Press Foundation (FPF) published the full, previously unreleased audio recording of Bradley Manning's statement to the military court in Ft. Meade about his motivations for leaking over 700,000 government documents to WikiLeaks.Read FPF's full blog post here:https://pressfreedomfoundation.org/blog/2013/03/fpf-publishes-leaked-audio-of-bradley-mannings-statementThese audio files are provided in mp3 and ogg format. In addition to the full statement, we've also... Topics: Bradley Manning, WikiLeaks, whistleblower
On Sept. 16, 2010, in Oakland, CA, Courage to Resist kicked off a nationwide campaign to support the legal defense of alleged whistleblower PFC Bradley Manning, accused of leaking combat video depicting the gunning down of Iraqi civilians and journalists to WikiLeaks. Featuring: * Daniel Ellsberg, former US military analyst who released the Pentagon Papers; * Ann Wright, former diplomat and US Army colonel who retired in protest against US military policy in 2003; and * Ray McGovern, former... Topics: Bradley Manning, WikiLeaks, Iraq, Afghanistan
Two little bits of music about the general condition of human rights and the fate of the open mind in our increasingly draconian culture of silence and authority. Topics: telescape, David Cox, Bradley Manning, Wikileaks, music
Our Refusing to Kill series is back with a focus on gay activist support for Bradley Manning who is accused of giving classified material to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange Topics: Refusing to Kill, Bradley Manning, LGBT support
This is a fund drive show of Sojourner Truth Radio with Margaret Prescod. It includes a discussion on the 22 new counts against Bradley Manning for allegedly transmitting classified documents to Wikileaks. Guest: Greg Mitchell from The Nation magazine. Greg has been blogging daily about Wikileaks. Listeners who pledge to support the station with their denotation chose from the Wileaks pack. www.kpfk.org www.thenation.org www.wikileaks.ch Topics: WikiLeaks, Assange, Bradley Manning, The Nation
The news today is that Bradley Manning has been found innocent of "aiding the enemy", but guilty of a number of espionage charges that could see him face up to 130 years in prison. The US Government might see Manning as an enemy, but he did a great service to humanity by exposing the corruption and brutality in the foreign policy of the worlds' policeman. From overthrowing the democratically elected government of Allende in Chile and supporting Pinochet, right through to today's... Topics: Bradley Manning, whistleblowers, trade unions, labor unions
: We return to regularly scheduled programming with an update on the crisis in Syria with Elaine Hagopian, Syrian-American professor emeritus of Simmons College in Boston and political interviewer for Arabic Hour TV And Bradley Manning, a court has denied dismissal of charges against the Army Private. He is charged in the biggest leak of government secrets in US history which were revealed by WikiLeaks. On the local scene, the Youth Justice Coalition is on the road to Sacramento to press... Topics: Syria, Bradley Manning, prisons, women, justice
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Frog, John Monroe, Getch, Joe TyndallFrog reads editorialsClimate Change conversationTrayvon Martin: Recent surveillance from police station doesn't show injuries to Zimmerman.Eugene's Downtown Exclusion Zone create slave labor.Bradley Manning moved out of solitary detention. Topics: bradley manning, frog, eugene downtown exclusion zone
In WikiRebels, Jesper Huor and Bosse Lindquist follow the organisation's development, from back when its founder Julian Assange was a teenager, hacking into the army's mainframe computers, up until the present. Along the way, the documentary recounts how WikiLeaks has posted millions of classified documents on the web and blown the whistle on everything from corrupt African presidents to swindling Swiss and Icelandic bankers. http://www.wikileaks.org/ http://wlcentral.org/video-archive Topics: wikileaks, media, Julian Assange, censorship, Bradley Manning
Original Title: How Much Does it Cost to Save the World? What do MasterCard, Visa, Bank of America, Paypal and Western Union all have in common? They help you pay for what you want? Well, yes... that is unless you want to help WikiLeaks make the world a better place. To see the shocking details, please go to wikileaks.org/Banking-Blockade.html A screencast of the English version of http://www.wikileaks.org/Donate.html recorded on 2012.07.06 has been added to the end of the original video. Topics: WikiLeaks, Jullian Assange, Bradley Manning, donate, whistleblower
Occupy the Airwaves Covering the local, national and global Occupy Movement. 103.3FM WXOJ-LP Northampton, MA Community Radio - Run by the Community www.valleyfreeradio.org occupytheairwaves.wordpress.com / firstname.lastname@example.org focus of thisshw: Bradley Manning trial, Springfield No One Leaves Town Meeting Topics: Occupy Wall Street, airwaves, Bradley Manning, No One Leaves
What can anti-war activists glean from President Obamaâs speech on US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan: we hear analysis of the speech from journalist Ivan Eland. Who is behind the investigation of the Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy, what are they after and why; we speak with Roxana Tynan, LANNEâs Deputy Director. For our weekly segment on the environment, Desmond DâSa, director of the South Africa based South Durban Community Environmental Alliance joins us. And our âRefusing to... Topics: Bradley Manning, Afghanistan, Alliance For a New Economy, South Africa
Icelandic Lawmaker Birgitta Jónsdóttir on Challenging Gov’t Secrecy from Twitter to Bradley Manning, with extended interview on Criminalization of Cyber-Activists, Bradley Manning, Jeremy Hammond and others. They also talk about Iceland’s response to the banking crisis and about Iceland’s Pirate Party. Topics: Birgitta Jonsdottir, IMMI, Iceland, Bradley Manning, Jeremy Hammond
Friday our weekly roundtable takes on the George Zimmerman verdict: the historic context, the national and international implications, what it says about race and criminal justice in the US. And a military judge upholds the most serious charge against Bradley Manning, that of aiding the enemy. Manning could face life in prison without parole. Meanwhile Edward Snowden, another whistleblower not wanting the same fate as Manning has applied for asylum in Russia in exchange for not leaking... Topics: George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin, Edward Snowden, Bradley Manning, Whistle blower
Wednesday: A verdict in the Bradley Manning trial. Our guests include attorney Charles Swift, named one of the 100 most influential lawyers in the US; Gerry Condon a member of the Bradley Manning Support Network, and journalist Kevin Gosztola with Firedoglake.On July 31st a national and international action under the banner of “Hunger for Justice” in support of the California Prisoners Hunger Strikers and for Justice for Trayvon Martin will take place. Supporters range from Chris... Topics: Bradley Manning, Espionage Act, California Prisoner Hunger Strike
Following 30 min. of Free Speech Radio News, 27 Oct. 2012 Chase Madar's latest book, "The Passion of Bradley Manning: The story behind the suspect of the largest security breach in U.S. history" has been a best seller on many lists. Published by O R Books, 2012 located at: http://www.orbooks.com/catalog/bradley-manning/ From the "Citizen Soldier" book review: [Excerpt] ... Madar's 140-page tour de force does not mollycoddle anyone's liberal sensibilities; if Manning's... Topics: war, peace, Bradley Manning, Chase Madar, radio, news, books, author
These zip files were obtained on June 30, 2014 from: https://www.rmda.army.mil/foia/FOIA_ReadingRoom/Detail.aspx?id=92The FOIA request was submitted by Alexa O'Brien on January 9th, 2014. Topics: Bradley Manning, Chelsea Manning, Wikileaks, FOIA, US Army, Transcripts
Flashpoint Commentaries reflect the views of The 414 Project. Visit our website: www.414project.com for more information. Topics: 414 Project, Peter Heck, Flashpoint, Bradley Manning, Transgender, Manti Teo
Chase Madar discusses his new book "The Passion of Bradley Manning: The Story of the Suspect Behind the Largest Security Breach in U.S. History." Madar is a civil rights attorney. He writes for the London Review of Books, Le Monde diplomatique, the American Conservative, CounterPunch, and TomDispatch. He discusses with host David Swanson the voluminous information that Manning is accused of providing to Wikileaks and to us, and some of the startling insights it gives us into what our... Topics: Chase Madar, David Swanson, Bradley Manning, Wikileaks, Whistleblowers
Adrian Lamo appeared at the end of a panel discussion on snitches in politics at The Next HOPE conference, Pennsylvania Hotel, New York, New York, July, 2010. Lamo is best known as the person who turned in Wikileaks military whistleblower Bradley Manning to authorities. Early in 2010. Manning was arrested and remains in prison. Topics: Wikileaks, Adrian Lamo, Bradley Manning, The Next HOPE, 2600.com
Scott Olsen, with green headband and neck brace, marches with fellow Iraq Veterans Against the War in support of Bradley Manning. Topics: Scott Olson, Iraq Veterans Against The War, OccupySF, #occupy, march, rally, Bradley Manning,... Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/43005015@N06/6531723655/
On June 2, 2011, CHUO 89.1 FM Ottawa The Train ran and commented a press conference series of interviews in support of political prisoner Bradley Manning. Topics: Denis Rancourt, Train, CHUO, Bradley Manning, Wikileaks, press conference, Israel Lobby, civil...
Deb Vanpoolen is our guest on Brain Labor Report - Labor radio 9-10 am exclusively at 89.5 FM community Radio. Also hear from Vermont worker's center who won healthcare for all in VT. Topics: Brain Labor Report, KSKQ, 89.5, Ashland, Bradley Manning, Single Payer, universal healthcare
Wes Brain is joined by Peace House member Herb Rothschild for an interview with Debra Vanpoolen. Debra is an artist, permaculturist and activist. Currently, Debra is taking on the role of courtroom artist, covering each day of the court martial of Bradley Manning. Manning stands accused of violating the Espionage Act and aiding the enemy for his actions by releasing a trove of classified files to the anti-secrecy website Wikileaks. Deb is currently auctioning her artwork to raise funds for... Topics: brain, labor, report, kskq, 89.5, fm, ashland, oregon, bradley manning, deb vanpoolen
We interview Deb Vanpoolen and Emery Way about the Occupy movement and Bradley Manning solidarity. Brain Labor Report is Southern Oregon's Labor Radio. Exclusively at KSKQ 89.5 FM in Ashland Oregon. Topics: Brain Labor Report, BLR, Bradley Manning, Occupy, KSKQ, 89.5 FM, Ashland, Oregon
Ciaron O'Reilly speaks on NEAR FM (with others) 'Between The Lines' http://nearpodcast.org/pcast/?tag=between-the-lines http://near.ie â NEAR FM, Dublin Ireland Topics: ciaron o'reilly, catholic worker, war, antiwar, anti-war, bradley manning, radio
Alan Moore on the Bradley Manning Wikileaks case, a long look at the new webbot report of december 2011, clips from a clif high interview, compact fluorescent bulb legislation overturned. Truthquake broadcast 53 12-18-11 on 103.3 WXOJ in Northampton, MA. 8-10 pm Sunday nights. Listen live online at www.valleyfreeradio.org. join the Truthquake Radio page on Facebook. Topics: Alan Moore, Bradley Manning, Wikileaks, webbot, clif high, compact fluorescent bulb, Truthquake,...
Karen Greenberg, director of the NYU Center on Law and Security and author of 'The Least Worst Place: Guantanamo's First One Hundred Days,' talks about prison conditions in Guantanamo and the United States, prisoners' rights, and the significance of language in the practice of law. Topics: TomDispatch, Tom Engelhardt, Karen Greenberg, Timothy MacBain, Guantanamo, US justice system,...
'Mindenki Joga' on Budapest's Civil Radio 98fm - redjade show #027 to be posted at http://LMV.hu/mindenkijoga Topics: redjade, civil radio, mindenki joga, hungary, budapest, human rights, roma, gypsies, bradley manning
Interview with Andrew Fowler, author of an unofficial biography of Julian Assange 'The Most Dangerous Man in the World'. ABC Description: "Paul Barclay speaks with Andrew Fowler, biographer of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Who is Assange, and what is he trying to achieve with his whistle-blowing? Is he a dangerous subversive, undermining national security? Or simply holding secretive governments to account for their actions?"... Topics: Paul Barclay, ABC Radio National, Julian Assange, Wikileaks, United States, Bradley Manning,...
We Reveal Crimes and squirrelsCrowd-funded SETI, brightness, creativity and aliens, and the final frontier reported by Ian Woolf.Review of the film "We Steal Secrets - the story of WikiLeaks" by Ian WoolfTim Baynes talks about the wonders of hibernation.Presented and produced by Ian Woolf Topics: science, Diffusion, We Steal Secrets, movie, wikileaks, Bradley manning, Julian Assange, SETI,...